Green Farmhouse Dukkah’s Not JUST for Dunking Anymore

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May 23, 2013 by Joanne T Ferguson

IMG_3010Okay, hands up who previously “thought” (like I did) that dukkah was only for dunking with bread and olive oil?

Thank you to Merlinda from Green Farmhouse for sending me her Native Australian Seasonings and salts to try and create unusual recipes and in believing in my food “PASSION AND ENTHUSIASM” too!

It was only when I was having fun creating Aussie Green Farmhouse Native Seasonings & Salts Damper with… that I thought there “MUST be” a FUN way that I can incorporate dukkah “into” something; or if not “in” something, “on” something!

I think Green Farmhouse’s Ozzie Dukkah would be GREAT in bread!
It was THEN the food light bulb went on , that I remembered I had made Aussie Aussie Aussie Malteser Lamingtons and thought Green Farmhouse’s Ozzie Dukkah would also be great in mini bite portions.

I can say today I was “inspired” by Aussie Aussie Aussie Malteser Lamingtons, and “slightly” adapted the recipe.

What I also love about this recipe is the versatility! Please free free to find a cake recipe that works for you!

Taste and creativity is so objective and I can tell you ALL have your favorite cake recipes out there in Computerland too!

Ingredients

2 eggs, beaten

100 grams Xylitol (substitute granulated sugar)

100 grams unsalted butter (See NOTE)

165 grams plain flour, sifted

½ teaspoon baking powder

½ teaspoon baking soda

1/2 cup citrus peel (see below)

1 “heaped” tablespoon vanilla yogurt ( I used Vaalia)

2 tablespoons cocoa powder (I used Abundant Earth Organic Cocoa Powder Dutch Process to “lessen” sugar )

4 tablespoons water

1/2 cup shredded coconut

1 tablespoon lime zest

2 tablespoons Green Farmhouse Ozzie Dukkah
Oil spray

NOTE:

I melted the butter then cooled for a few minutes before S-L-O-W-L-Y adding into other ingredients.

In large bowl, combine Xylitol, sifted flour, baking powder, baking soda.

In separate bowl, combine eggs, lime zest, yogurt, butter; fold in citrus peel.

IMG_2999Combine wet ingredients with dry ingredients until well combined.

Preheat oven to 180C; pour batter into a oil sprayed muffin tray (I used an 3 inch x 3 inch x 2 inch tray; use whatever square muffin baking tray); bake 12 – 14 minutes until lightly golden brown; toothpick comes out clean.

Remove from oven and let cool for 10 minutes before removing lamingtons to a wire rack.

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While cake is cooling:

In a bowl, combine cocoa powder and water to create a slurry.

NOTE
Consistency is to personal taste, but make sure is well combined.

In a separate bowl, combine shredded coconut, lime zest and dukkah.

Hint and Tip
I like mini bites!

Feel free to cut the cake into whatever size you prefer.

I also cut the side and bottom of the piece to “insure” the dukkah coconut mixture would stick better.

Waste not!!

Wasting food is a BIG “pet peeve” of mine!

The slices can be toasted or grilled and enjoyed as a snack!

The slices can be ground up to use as “cake crumbs” on some of your favorite dishes!

ASSEMBLE, ASSEMBLE, ASSEMBLE! like in Nidi di Rondine

With your “wet hand“, dunk lamington pieces into chocolate slurry bowl; coat completely.

With your “wet hand”, place the lamington in the coconut dukkah lime bowl; coat completely with your “dry hand.

Don’t confuse Mr. “wet hand” with Mr. “dry hand” or there will be a mess! lol

Place coated lamington onto a place.

Hint and Tip

You “may” have to press the coconut dukkah lime mixture “gently” into the lamington.

FOLLOW UP

What an unusual combination, even for me!

Next time, I might use lemon juice with lemon zest with dukkah in a recipe!

Have I now “inspired” you to think a different way about dukkah today?

LOVE to hear from you what dukkah combination you might like to see or create?

I am thinking something “plum” with dukkah or a “mandarin dukkah” dessert might be GREAT!

37 thoughts on “Green Farmhouse Dukkah’s Not JUST for Dunking Anymore

  1. I like that it doesn’t have any eggs, because i am allergic.

  2. courtneylynne says:

    Cannot believe a foodie like me has never heard of Dukkah’s before! Looks and sounds delicious though. I will need to give it a try

  3. Tami says:

    I’ve never heard of dukkah before now. I thought it was a typo. My curiosity will have me trying it soon.

  4. These dukkahs look and sound so good. I would love to try making these for mom on Mother’s Day. Thanks for sharing.

  5. It looks simple to follow but I’m sure it would take time before you get the perfect mix. It looks really delicious too.

  6. Wendy says:

    I had not heard of dukkah either. Sounds very good. Will have to try this. Thanks for sharing this interesting recipe.

  7. I’ve never heard of dukkah before! Now I feel stupid! 🙂 Seriously sounds different and tasty! I’m up for trying new things – just might have to add this to my Pinterest board!

  8. Dukkah? I have never heard of it. It is a very interesting recipe, and when I have all the ingredients, I will give it a try.

  9. Jaime N. says:

    I have never tried this before but it sounds interesting. I can’t wait to give it a try very soon!

  10. This is a unique recipe. It does look good though. I’m glad that you gave us the follow up note though to keep us from having the same issue.

  11. That looks delicious!! I have not heard of some of these ingredients before this recipe today!

  12. Interesting take on a dukkah. I always associated it with savory and not at all sweet.

  13. That looks so yummy. I love that you used xylitol.

  14. I’ve never in my life heard of a dukkah before. I’d love to give it a try though!

  15. Michele says:

    Dukkah? I never heard of this before-ever. I will have to research it a bit and see what it actually is–then I will attempt to use it!

  16. Amby Felix says:

    Interesting. Sounds like a really good recipe. I’m a big fan of coconut so I know I’d love this! ^_^

  17. Robin Masshole mommy says:

    I have never heard of dukkah before, but after reading this I definitely want to try it. It sounds like it adds some flair to it.

  18. Joanne says:

    I love how the dukkah kind of adds a savory twist to these!

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